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Sprint reboots its pre-paid offerings with plans as low as $35 a month

Sprint reboots its pre-paid offerings with plans as low as $35 a month
Sprint has reworked its pre-paid plans and now offers three tiers starting at $35 a month. That plan offers unlimited talk, unlimited text and 1GB of data. For $45 a month, the plan goes up to 3GB of data; toss in another $10 a month, and you get 6GB of the sweet stuff. The three tiers "include respective 3G/4G high-speed data allotment applicable to monthly plan." Sprint adds that "video streaming may be limited to 3G speeds".

Back in March, Sprint launched its pre-paid offerings, but the plans were nothing to get excited about. $45 a month bought unlimited talk, text, and no data. $60 a month gave you unlimited talk and text, and 2.5GB of high-speed data. Go over that cap and your data speed was throttled. The new plans are a nice improvement for Sprint's pre-paid customers.

With pre-paid carriers like MetroPCS, Boost and Cricket adding more data to their plans, Sprint might have felt the pressure to make this change. The carrier has also revamped its postpaid plans as well, finally ridding the airwaves of that bizarre Frobinson Framily.

source: Sprint

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